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Despite the fact that cryptographic methods play an increasingly important role in modern computer security, user-level programs for file encryption The output data is unwieldy and a number of have inherent vulnerabilities. The Cryptographic File System (CFS) puts cryptographic services on our own file system. cfs supports convenient system-level storage using the standard Unix file system GUI for encrypted files. Users associate specific cryptography with key catalogs of what type of products they want to secure. Files with this path name (and its components directory) are transparently encrypted, but decrypted with the specified key without further user intervention; Plain text is never used on disk and is never sent directly to a remote file server. CFS will use any file system available to the underlying storage without using changes, file servers such as remote NFS. System management functions such as saving tracks work fine without the necessary knowledge.
This document describes development implementation and CFS in Unix. Describes encryption methods for encryption at the file system level and discussesgeneral The questions of cryptographic environment interfaces to support routine secure computing are given.
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